Blues By The Bay

Cover to Cover with Denny Smithson – March 29, 2004

Playlist

Paradise in Ashes: The Guatemalan Journey of Courage, Terror, and Hope by Beatriz Manz. Denny Smithson hosts an interview with the author.

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Magic Dick-J. Geils
Bluestime Theme
Little Car Blues
Rounder
Ronnie Earl
T-Bone Boogie
Peace of Mind
Black Top
Bee Houston
Things Gonna get better
The Hustler
Arhoolie
Smiley Lewis
Real Gone Lover
Vol 2
Krazy Cat
" "
I Hear You knockin
' "
" '
Downchild Blues band
Lucky 13
Lucky13
Blue Wave
Brooks-Hunter-Walker
Born In Louisiana
Lone Star Shootout
Alligator
" "
Quit My Baby
" "
" "
Barbara Lynn
Trying To Love Two
You Don't Have to Go
Ichiban
SRV
Empty Arms
The Sky is Cring
Epic
Lonnie mack
If You Have to Know
Strike Like Lightning
Alligator
Willie Nelson
Texas Flood
Milk Cow Blues
Island
BB King
Miss Martha King
The Life of Riley
Universal
Freddie King
Lowdown In Lodi
Texas cannonball
Shelter
Sax Gordon
The Little Town That Rocks
You Knock Me Out
Bullseye
The Turbans
When you dance
The Vocal Sound
Solid Smoke
Elmore James
Muddy Shoes
Whose Muddy Shoes
Chess
Linda Shell
Everybody gets the Blues
KC Blues
RHR
John Mayall
Me and My Woman
Blues Crusade
Decca
Karen Carroll
Help Me
Had My Fun
Delmark
SB Williamson
Help Me
The Real Folk Blues
Chess
Danny Overbea
40 Cups of coffee
Chess Blues Guitar
Chess
Chuck Berry
I Still Got The Blues
" "
"" "
Bo Diddley
Who Do You Love
" "
" "
Tip Of The Top
Temperature
Depot Street Blues
Delta King
Juke Loga
Play Da Blues
The Chill
Macombo
Jr Parker
I Wanna Ramble
Jr's Blues
Duke
Tyrone Davis
You Got What It takes
Call Tyrone
Malaco
' "
Cheatin in the Next Room
" "
" "
B. Bland
Too Late For Tears
That Did It
MCA
Eddy Clearwater
Stranded
Blues Walf
Bullseye
Denise LaSalle
Love& Happiness
Stilled Trapped
Malaco
Vance Kelly
I'll Play the Blues For You
Live at the Kingston Mines
Wolf
JL Hooker
When My First Wife Left me
The Cream
Tomato
Hound Dog Taylor
Wild About You Baby
release The Hound
Alligator
Bukka White
Bald Eagle Train
Sky Songs
Arhoolie

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